- Competitive Salary: $100,450 - $111,234 + Super
- Lead a Team of People
- Amazing conditions including flexible working arrangements
Play an important role in workplace organising to build power in the workplace and improve the working lives of our members.
Are you looking for a challenging opportunity and are passionate about leading teams of people to build grassroots power and capacity through membership organising?
Join a supportive and enthusiastic team and play an important role in the development and implementation of workplace organising and campaign strategies in the WA public sector.
This is a permanent position.
The Community and Public Sector Union/Civil Service Association (CPSU/CSA) is Western Australia's largest public sector union, working with people to realise our vision for a fair and just society built through the provision of quality public services.
We bring together people from public services, community and government to advocate for equality, fairness and quality public services.
We are a union of workers organising to win better jobs, stronger communities, an inclusive fairer society and a sustainable future for all West Australians.
A Lead Organiser is an integral part in developing and implementing Organising strategies that build power and activism in the workplace. As a Lead Organiser you will need to be able to work with and develop multidisciplinary teams to get the best out of people and deliver results for our members.
It is a fast past role and will require someone who is able to manage competing demands, maintain a keen focus on outcomes and have excellent problem solving skills.
For more information about the scope of the role download the Job Description Form (JDF) from cpsucsa.org/jobs
Applicants are required to write a statement addressing the selection criteria of the position and write responses to pre-interview questions.
Contact the A/Coordinator of Organising, Craig Parr for more information on telephone: (08) 9323 3815.
Applications should be addressed to the Branch/General Secretary.
Applications close at 4:00pm, Thursday, 31 January 2019.